TUESDAY APRIL 18, 2000 %u2013 SATURDAY MAY 13, 2000
"Researching Cities" featured the work of five architects, each focusing on a particular city and its urban and architectural specificities. Projects included Dirk Hebel%u2019s %u201CArchitecture in Pain%u2014Berlin 2000,%u201D Claudia Dias%u2019s %u201CUrban Strategies: A 6th Layer for Bombay,%u201D %u201CMetropolitan Zone of the Valley of Mexico%u201D by Fernando Romero,%u201D Stalker%u2019s %u201CRome%u201D and Eunice Seng%u2019s %u201CHome-e-scapes: Housing 12 Stories,%u201D which examined Singapore.
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